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EuroScreen commissioned Impact Research

/ June 1st, 2014 / No Comments »

EuroScreen is proud to announce the results of the call for proposal for assessing the impact of screen productions on tourism and brand value, published earlier this year. This is a brand new area of research that looks at locations placement value of regions featuring on

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EuroScreen for local businesses in Ystad, Sweden

/ May 3rd, 2014 / Comments Off on EuroScreen for local businesses in Ystad, Sweden

  Ystad Municipality is one of the most experienced EuroScreen partners when it comes to screen tourism. The town is becoming a synonym for the detective Wallander which has a big following around the world, also thanks to the series and films. Ystad is on

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“Supporting independent film production through tourism collaboration” by Diane Cynthia and Sue Beeton (2009)

/ April 16th, 2014 / No Comments »

Content: A report recommending a common effort between the film and tourism industries to benefit both.   Availability:  Tourism Review International, 13, 113-119.   Click here to access the report.    

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Specially-designed tour about Rome’s The Great Beauty to launch this year

/ March 31st, 2014 / No Comments »

  Rome’s Mayor Ignazio Marino announced plans to launch a specially-designed tour of Rome to open up to visitors the scenes where Paolo Sorrentino’s film The Great Beauty, which won an Oscar earlier this year for best foreign language film, was shot. “We are planning to

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Set-jetting tours inspired by popular TV-series!

/ March 31st, 2014 / No Comments »

Do you miss your fix of Breaking Bad? Are you fascinated by the series Game of Thrones or Downton Abbey? Or maybe you want to channel your inner Betty or Don Draper from Mad Man? TV-inspired set-jetting tours attract more and more binge-watchers and turn

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Seen it on the big screen? Visitor figures at top London tourist destinations are on the rise!

/ March 31st, 2014 / No Comments »

New visitor figures published in March 2014 show a significant boost in people visiting London attractions in 2013. Visitors to the British Museum are up by 20% (6.7m visitors) and the National Gallery has seen an increase of 14% (6m visitors). It does not come

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Ystad – a place where the fiction becomes your dream reality

/ March 31st, 2014 / No Comments »

Ystad is a small and picturesque city situated on the south coast of Scania (Skåne), in the southern part of Sweden. Western and eastern parts of the city are surrounded by beautiful, wide beaches of the Baltic Sea. Good ship, train and bus connections and

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Rex 7 shot in Apulia – Pugliapromozione sign a product placement contract to promote the Apulia brand

/ March 31st, 2014 / No Comments »

The new adventures of the world’s most famous four-legged police chief, Rex, were filmed in Apulia in January 2014 as a result of the effort and support of Apulia Film Commission and Pugliapromozione together with Aeroporti di Puglia. A press conference was held to mark

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‘Film Region’ app – a brand-new promotional tool of the Krakow Film Commission dedicated to filmmakers, film fans…to everyone!

/ March 31st, 2014 / No Comments »

The English-language mobile app ‘Film Region’ presents the region’s filmmaking opportunities, a variety of landscapes, architecture and historic landmarks. By showing Malopolska’s most interesting sites that can serve as filming locations, the app invites you to visit the Malopolska region with the ultimate objective to

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Gaming in London

/ March 25th, 2014 / No Comments »

Written by Kelly Cole London has graced video game realities for decades: from Werewolves of London in the late eighties to ZombiU, released last year. The city has been shaped and Frankensteined to fit each game, yet it always remains undeniably London. With the progression

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